Money Concept

Introduce your child to the concept of money early.

As early as possible, introduce your child to the way you handle money in everyday life.  Narrate to your child how you spend money to buy things at the store, how you count money to make change.  Explain to your child how you use money to pay bills, which supply necessities like water, electricity, gas, etc.  This will help your child better understand the different ways money is used.  The earlier you expose your children to the concept of money, the more knowledge they can build as they approach adolescence and adulthood.

For students with significant disabilities, being able to count and manage money is critical… but how do you teach money skills in special education? First things first, if you are teaching in an Autism unit, a self-contained special education classroom, or in an inclusion model with general education, there’s one thing you have to do.

You have to make time for practicing money skills in addition to the regular math curriculum.

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